Demonstrative Evidence Expert Witnesses

Demonstrative evidence expert witnesses may consult on courtroom exhibits, computer reconstruction, computer animation, forensic animation, and simulations. While demonstrative evidence is not real evidence, it illuminates the points being argued in court. In Litigation Tip: The Best Way to Get Demonstrative Evidence Admitted at Trial, attorney Morgan Smith defines demonstrative evidence and answers the question, Is Demonstrative Evidence Admissible? including “California law does not require demonstrative evidence to be exact, but only substantially similar and helpful to the jury. (See Andrews v. Barker Brothers Corp., 267 Cal. App.2d 530, 537.)”

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